Tull are known to pay little heed to the whims of fashion, so you might be forgiven for thinking their material has varied little since 1967. In fact, it's none the worse for that. Anderson's quirky neo-folkish vocals and breathy flute solos are welded efficiently to accoustic and electrical guitar chords, much as you ever expected. The surprise comes through the surprisingly delicate melodies and intricate playing on songs such as Farm on the Freeway, Said she was a Dancer and Budapest, much as they did later to great effect with Rare and precious chain. If this is your intro to the world of Tull, this is worth exploring at your leisure.